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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 29 February 1908

'- , I : -r: - , . " What is Best for Maui 4 JaBRst for the News If you wish Prosperity Advertise in the News if CP 51 'WAlftJKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, i 908 NUMBER 2 X .(fi . news; V! A I . i VJiU-iiL. .JJ8 Kgyf -1 - . Mil Hfe ...7 nr . I e. 1 M k ft PAT-1 1 (.1, u I 1 utes o jijr Viwryv.1- i w w 4sm :t a uj fujv ui 1111 nortanL waiters. mu'iftlii! board not Inst weqrapi as lowotrs: A4?'MoitNiiiG sisroroN. BaOlA M., Chitnnian ' W. Honnmg call. Present: W ironninff, .SfJ'M; Church x W. P. Main, S.-: TSilCdiuo -aim T. 'Mover. S.-K. SyS7 Minutes of the injtirjloktlic l'itluwevo readjuul the sfttii(jJ)VPret. approved. , 4,Tho petition oMJMCoolanui etal W Jvoeis f5'-Ujf month of July 19071 was taken up'for e,xanunalion. ilr. . Case conducted the examination oT .the witnopses. jUIiho A. l.,this: matter was deferred. Mr. Von Temnsky id Mr. Aiken ' being present, Oit.aopio road situation was discussed. ' ' At 12:15 P. M. ordered a recess, ta P. M. the Chairman ii until. 1 :K)...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 29 February 1908

THE MAUI NEWS - SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 J903 THE V1AUI NEVAS ntered nt the Post Ollice at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second -class matter. A Republican Paper Published in the Interest oi the People. Issued Every Saturday. Maui Publishing Company. Limite-d. tProprletorsl'anri I n fcll;slior . ti i .. 41. r. Vi.m o ...linn r. n ii in ii ii icn 1 ii hi s i m ncrtitnint tooies. Write only on one side of paper. Sign your name which will he held einlnlciitial ii iksircd. Subsciptiox Ratf.s, ix Apvamk fl'.O per Year, 1.50 Six Months Hugh Coke, SATURDAY. Itciltor i m H IYI Hunger FEU. 2D, I'.IOH Our 13at few persons are a warn f tlio ;real, impro vetnont Harbor, in the harbor at Kahului than win recently made by the Kahului Railroad Company at its own expense and what advan tages those improvement ore to shipping int crests. Dnf,, tho rofoiit .lvodsrinir of the 1, arbor and Hie construction of the breakwater there large vessels of tho American-Hawaiian type could not enter the inner harbor and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 29 February 1908

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1908 DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOR 190T. In accordance wit 1 Section 1 2(58 of the Revised Laws of 1005, the following list of Delinquent Tax l'ayets is hereby published and comprises the Delinquent Taxes for the SECOND TAXATION DIVISION ofjhc Territory of Hawaii, as indicated including Heal, Personal and Speeilic Taxes, assessed and remaining unpaid for 11)07, with 10 per cent, penalties and the cost of advertising as the law provides. THE MAUI NEWS LAIIAINA DISTRICT. Ahina, Mrs. A. L 11 40 !l 80 4 35 34 5(1 4 90 12 (15 3 25 4 90 8 75 3 80 40 (JO 51! (10 6 00 8 80 2'8 50 84 00 73 80 17 50 40 oo 12!) 10 8 75 222 00 (! 00 l!t 80 14 80 21 30 3 80 59.10 10 40 4 90 7 10 11 50 15 30 2 70 , 4 90 10 40 7 10 7 10 2 70 3 50 4 90 22 30 1 (50 1 GO , (J 00 24 70 1 (JO 4 90 C3 70 2 70 1 (50 23 50 12 60 9 30 4 90 9 30 12 00 2 70 85 70 4 90 9 30 31 80 18 00 45 00 . 1 GO 7 10 9 30 4 90 ah Yic Tvyers, Mrs. Hatlie lleckley, F. W. , Drown Trustee, A. M Cockett, C. JJ. Cockett, Patrick...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 29 February 1908

r r 1 THE MAUI NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2), 1908 Kekahuna, Levi Kimopo, lliwa Kiotia, Solomon Kipu, Sam Kupiliea, Veni Nuhoopii, Paulino Nahoopii, II. Pauole, A. Sylver, Jolm Kaili Cathcart, Able JHuloit, Abr. Ewaliko, II. II. Helekahi, Iosua lloli'so, Jas. K. Kaahauui, A. A. Kalialepohaku, 1. V. Kahaulelio, I). II. Kaliea, Solomon Kahinalua "Kailiauu, 1. Kaiona Kalilikatic, Kawelo Kalilikane, M. K. Kalima Kalolieaulmii, J. W. Kamaewaewa, I). Kaulili, Kauahi Kaumaka, J. Kamai Kapuni, J. Kaulili, J. V. Kawaliauiana, lona Kea Keahi, Willie Kekipi, George. Kckoa, P. Ktkoowai, S. K. Kina, David Kukalabiwa, J. Kualapai, Kaimi Lapauila, J. V. Lautnana, V. Lfimakani, Kaliele Makalei. Jos. Naki, Hikiona Namealoha, K. Nihipali I'aalulii. A. h. l'akalaka, S. V. K. I'aleuapa Poaha, A. Harrows, J. K. leke, Kawikii Kaikai, David Kaulaliea, D. Kewika Kupa, Kamekotia Koa, Jos. Kaile, Jim. Ku, Kaulana Kualapai, Kuolia Levi, Ahi Lukela, David Mikokope, Ako Naihe Napoliona, S. B. Nu, Ioaue Pahupu, N. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 29 February 1908

THE MAUI NEWS - SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1908 PERSONAL MENTION. BY AUTHORITY. LOCALS The Ncvadan now lias a license to carry passengers to mu from Honolulu. All parties wisliintf to travel t? Honolulu by this boat should get tickets from the Kahului Railroad ollice. The trustees of the V;ulukii I'nion Church are this week making a mueh , needed iinprovenieut in the doors of the f church building. The present large double doors are being so placed that they open oi.vards, and new swinging doors of fc'ight weight are being hung on the in side so that church attendants need no longer suffer from the cold mauka winds blowing through open doors. The Nevadan anchored in the inner harbor during her stay in Kahului last week. This was made possible by the recent dredging of the harbor and the breakwater and while there were high seas outside the vessel lay as quietly as she would in Honolulu harbor. The Queen Lodging house of Wailuku has new rooms, new furniture, clean beds, 50 cents per nigh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 29 February 1908

4 THE WIAUI NEWS- -SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1908 YOXTK BAKE1; will tell you that ho has to mitf most Hours to got the right quality and uniformity that are required by good baking. Each pno has some of the .good qualities that our flour gets from right selection ftnd riglV milling. Our exports know the bosl whoftt, the best part of it, and the night way Of milling it.y Thoy KNOW WHEAT. . Golden .Gate Flour is the result of years of study and experiment. It's the Best. , ' j ' ' ' SOLDBTA'ijLTilJS 'OKOOBliS. . . '. H. Hackfeld I Our Best I Recommendation w Si , is that our'compctitors tell you that they will sell you goods as good as ours. .We need nothing hotter, lint jE; thoy, don't toll you that thchave Belmont Whis- key in hulk or Kaupakulu'a Wine in bulk, he wo' JCI do. Wo also carry lots of good things fqr the Holidays, ZZ such as Peach Brandy, Aprica't Brandy, Cherries in y Creme di Mentho, Cooking Sherry and Braildy, all kinds of table Wines. SZ We are also Agents for Seattle a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 7 March 1908

MAUI If you wish Prosperity Advertise in the News VOLUME xv WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T.f SATURDAY. MARCH 7, i908 NUMBER 3 What js Best for Maui Is Best for the News JN EWS. Methods Discussed The Practical in Place of Theoretical Fads. Tho teachors of the Wailuku nml Makawao districts hold their, bi monthly convention in tho assom .' bly room of tlio Wniluku school on -V . Friday, February 28th, 1908. Tic 'V sident W. I. Wells called the nioct- ing to order. Some thirty teach ers were present to answer to roll ' call, which had to be omitted, as ., - tho secretary, Mr. Dolini, was not on hand, ho havingoloft the service . of the Department. All joined heartily in the sing- ing of "America," after which Mr Copeland rendered Lange's Flower Song as-a llute solo, accompanied by Miss Marshall on the piano. Owing to the absence of the secretary, the minutes of the lns-t meeting were omitted, and Mrs. McKay read a thoughtful and care fully prepared paper on tlio topic of Spelling. Constant drill, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 7 March 1908

SATURDAY. MARCH 7, 1908 T THE MAUI NEWS SINGER SEWINfi MACHINES. THE MAUI NEWS- BISMARK STABLES C0,lfd WAILiJKU, . MAUI HEADQUARTERS WAILIKU EXPRESS LIVERY. LSOARD and SALES STABLES ntered at the Tost Office at Wailuku, M.iui, Hawaii, as second-class matter. A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People. Issued Every Saturday. AAnu i Publishing Company, Limited. Irroprletorsrand Publishers, , The columns of.the Nuws admit communications cm pL-rtimcnt topics. Write only on one side of paper. Sign your name which will be held confidential if desired. Subscription Rate, in Auvanck $2.50 per Year, $1.50 Six Months Hugh Coke. Etiltor nnd Vlannger SATURDAY. MAR. 7. 1(108 New The action of the Board of Supervisors in plac Supervision, ing the roiul work of ouch district strictly in the hands of the Koud Overseers was one of the wisest actions of the board at this session. ly this means the board will look to the overseer for results and hold those ollicials strictly accountabl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 7 March 1908

SATURDAY, MARCH 7, J 908 DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOR S90T. In accordance with Section 1208 of the Hcvisod Laws of 1905, the 1'olknvincr list of Delinquent Tax l'aors is hereby iublihe Taxes for the SIX'OND TAXATION DIVISION of th Territory of Hawaii, as indicated inehidinj: Ileal, .Personal and Specific. Taxes, for 1907, with 10 or cent, penalties and the cost of advertising as the law provides. 1 and comprises the Delinquent assessed and remaining unpaid "HE MAUI NEWS LAHAINA DISTRICT. Ahina, Mrs. A. L Ah Yee yers, Mrs. Baltic ' Beckley, F. W. . Brown Trustee, A . M Coc-kett, C I!. Cockptt, Patrick Jr. Davida, John x Estate Baker, 11. II. Cockett, Chas. " Cummings, W. II. ; " Gioson, VV. M. " Ilavselden, Ta'ula " Junes, Alfred Kaialiilii " Kaae, Maria " Kapiolaui " Liilii " Mukoo " Meheula. M 11 10 !l 80 4 35 31 so 4 SKI 12 (15 3 25 4 00 8 75 3 so 4(1 (III 56 (1(1 ii (Ml 8 80 28 50 84 00 73 80 17 50 40 00 120 10 8.75 222 00 t: oo lit 80 14 80 21 30 3 80 ' 59 10 10 40 4 no 7 10 11 50 15...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 7 March 1908

A SATURDAY, MARCH 7, J 908 I THE MAU1NEWS- . -J ? ; r KeVahunn, Levi Kiniokco, Hiwa Kionn, Solomon Kipu, Sam Kuiiihea, Pen! Nahoopii, Paaliao Nahoopii, II. Pauolc, A. Sylver, John Kaili Catlicart, Able' Iludoit, Abr. Kwaliko, II. II. Helckahi, Iosua Holeso, Jas. K. Kaabanui, A. A. Kahalepohsiku, D. V. Kahaulelio, 1). II. Kabea, Solomon Kahinalua Kailianu, D. Kaiona Kalilikane, Kawclo Kalilikane, M..K. Kalima Kaloheauluni, J. V. Kamaewnewa, D. Kaulili, Kaunbi Kaumiika, J. Kamai Kapuni, J. Kaulili, J. W. Kawahatuana, Iona Kea Keabi, Willie Kekipi, George Kekoa, P. Kekoowai, S. K. Kina, David Kukalabiwa, J. Kualapai, Kaimi Lapauila, J. W. Lauuiaua, W. Leitnakani, Kahcle Makalei, Jos. Naki, Hikiona Namealoba, K. Nibipali l'aaluhi, A. L. 1'akalaka, S. W. K. Palenapa Poaba, A. Burrows, J. K. Ieke, Kawika Kaikai, Daviilr Kaulabea, V. Kewika Kupa, Kamekona Koa, Jos. Kaile, Jim. Ku, Kaulana Kualapai, Kuolia Levi, Ahi Lukela, David Mikokope, Ako Naibe Napoliona, S. B. Nu, Ioane Pahupu, N. S. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 7 March 1908

THE MAUI NEWS- SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1908 LOCALS The Queen Lodging house of Wailuku has new rooms, new furniture, clean beds, 50 cents jer night, t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor. Pont miss the Passion play nt the Armory Hall tonight It is well worth seeing. Probably no brands of Cigars on the market are giving such satisfaction 'as these sold by the Fitzpatrick Hos of Honolulu. , They handle the Adelitiit, Palti the William IVtin, the Rough Rider Cigars and the old reliable Jacks. ti Square Cigars. They also handle a first class line of smoking tobacco, which is put up in tins or in plugs. The Woman's Guild of the Church of the Good Shephered will hold its regular meeting on Saturday, March-14th at the residence of Mrs. Goo. Keeney Puunene. This evening the Staff Captain of the Salvation Army will sptak at the Army hall in Wailuku. He is a man of twenty four years experience in the army and bears the reputation of being a speaker of unusual eloquence. All are cordially invited to be presen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 7 March 1908

ir c - I THE MAUI NEWS 'S ATURD AY, MARCH 7, 1908 YOUR BAKER will tell you that he has to mix most (lours to got tho right quality and uniformity that are required by good baking. Each one has some of the good qualities that our Hour gets from right selection and righ milling. Our exports know the best wheat, tho best part of it, and tho Itight way of milling it. They KNOW WHEAT. Golden Gate Flour is tho result of years of study and experiment. It's tho Best. SOLD BY ALL H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. DISTRIBUTORS. saw ww w w ww ww ww m I Our Recommendation: is that ouicompctitors toll you that they will sell you y goods as good as ours. Wc need nothing better. But they don't tell jou that they have Belrtiont YVhis- jEl key in bulk or Kaupiikuluu Wine in bulk, be we Ej do. fc: We also carry lots of good things for tho Holidays, SZ such as Peach Brandy, Aprieat Brandy, Cherries in JCZ Cranio di Mentlie, Cooking Sherry and Brandy, all kinds of table Wines. SZ We arc also Agents for Seatt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 14 March 1908

'T EH If you wish Prosperity Advertise in the News VOLUME xv WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1 908 NUMBER 4 What is Best for Maui Is Bast for the News MA IN Minutes of Board 1 Supervisors Send Attorney Coke to Honolulu. The County Supervisors mot in the board room Wednesday, and disposed of the most important matters during the first two days. An adjournment was taken Thursday until Saturday morning. The board employed Attorney James L. Coke to push the bond issue matter. He left Thursday evening for town and is expected back today. The minutes aro as follows: Wailuku, Mauif March 11, 1908. Afternoon Session. 1 The Board of Supervisors of the County of Maui was called to or der at 2 P. M., Chairman W. Ilenn ing presiding. Roll call: Present: V. Helm ing, T. M. Church, W. P. Haia, S. E. Kaiuc and T. T Mover. ' The minutes of the February meeting were read and the same were ordered approved as read. Communication of Alexander it Baldwin acknowledging receipt of our communica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 14 March 1908

THE MAUI NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1908 v THE MAU! NEWS. ntered at tlie Tost Oifice at Wailuku, M.uii. Hawaii. sis second class matter. A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People. Issued Every Saturday, maul Rublisliing: Compnuy. Limited. iProprletorsl'and I'ubllshera, ' The columns of.tlie Nkws admit criniimiiiicatiiuis on pertiinent topics. Write only on one side of paper. Sign your name which will he held confidential if desired. SuBscirxiON- Hatk, in Ahvamk .f'.-'iO per Year, Sl..r0 Six Months Hugh VI. Coke, SATURDAY. Editor nnrl vianK?r m ak. n. moi Roosevelt Deals The "business'' which is hurt by with Criminal Weath. the movement for honesty is the kind of business which, in the long run, it pays the country to Lave hurt. It is the kind of business wliic'i has tended to make the very name "high linutice" a term of scandal to which all honest American men of business should join in putting an end. The special pleaders for business dishonest v, in denouncing the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 14 March 1908

SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1908 DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOR 1907. THE MAUI NEWS- LAHAINA DISTRICT. A b in n, Mrs. A. L Ayers, Mrs. Hattio Beekley, F. W. Brown Trustee, A. M Cockett, C. IS. Cockett, Patrick Jr. David a, John Estate Baker, R. II. " Cockett, Chas. 11 40 !t 80 4 35 34 50 4 !IU 12 05 3 25 4 90 8 75 3 8(1 40 (id 5t; do c. oo 8 80 28 50 84 00 73 80 17 50 40 00 12!) 10 8 75 222 00 (i 00 lit 80 14 80 21 30 3 80 5!) 10 10 40 4 90 7 10 11 50 15 30 2 70 4 90 10 40 7 10 7 10 2 70 3 50 4 90 22 30 1 00 1 00 0 00 24 70 1 00 4 90 G3 70 2 70 1 GO 23 50 12 CO 9 30 4 90 9 30 12 00 2 70 " Cummings, VV. IT. " Gibson, VV. M . Havselden, Talula " Jones, Alfred " Kaialiilii " Kaae, Maria " Kapiolani ' " Liilii " Makoo " Meheula. M " Nahaolelua, Kia " Nowlein, Sam " Shaw, Lchela . " Spencer, John " Tallett, John Hoewaa, Harry Hoopii, Mrs. Win. Host, R. P. Mamanalnu Kaukanui Kahue, Joseph ' Keanu, VV. B. Kaonohi Keawe, Mrs. Elizabeth Kahuna, L. K. Kalama, D. M Kaka Kamaunu, Moni , Kaiwa Kekele, Mile Kei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 14 March 1908

THE MAUI NEWS- SATURDAY, MARCH 14, J?08 KeVahunn, Levi Kitnokeo, Hiwa Kiotm, Solomon Kipu, Sam Kupibca, Petii Nahoopii, 1'aaliao Nahoopii, H. Pauole, A. Sylver, John Kaili Cathcart, Able Dudoit, Abr. Ewaliko, H. H. Helekabi, losua Holeso, Jas. K. Kaahanui, A. A. Kabalepoliaku, V. V. Kahaulclio, D. 11. Kahea, Solomon Kahinalua Kailianu, I). Kaiona Kalilikane, Kawclo Kalilikane, M. K. Kalima Kaloheaulajii, J. V. Kamaewaewa, 1). Kaulili, Kauahi Kaumaka, J. Kamai Kapuni, J. Kaulili, J. V. Kawahamana, Iona Kea Keahi, Willie Kekipi, George Kekoa, P. Kekoowai, S. K. Kina, Uavid Kukalahiwa, J. Kualapai, Kaimi Lapauila, J. V. Laumana, W. " Lehniikani, Kaliele Makalei, Jos. Naki, Hikiona Naniealolia, K. Nihipali Paaluhi. A. L. Pakalaka, S. W. K. Palenapa Poaha, A. Burrows, J. K. Ieke, Kawika Kaikai, David Kaulabca, I). Kewika Kupa, Kamekoua Koa, Jos. Kaile, Jim. Ku, Kaulana Kualapai, Kuoba Levi, Ahi Lukela, David Mikokope, Ako Naihe Napoliona, S. B. Nu, Ioane Paliupu, N. S. Pereira, Antone i ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 14 March 1908

1 Open Saturday BveniiiQS. i locals anb ' AU persons are expected to attend the reception to Governor Frear on Tuesday evening, March 17th. The Women's Aid Society of the Union Church will meet with Mrs. R. B. Dodge on TiU'tduy afternoon March 17th, at 3 r- ' . The Queen Lodging house of Wailuku has new rooms, new furniture, clean beds, 50 cents per night. t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor. The Textan arrived in port Friday anil deptirted Monday Alcana of Makawao went to Houclulu this week and will visit China during the next six months. lie is known as Akann Liilii and is a wealthy man. He has resided in Maui many years and is well and favorably known. Captain D. F. Nicholson is expected home from Honolulu today. He met with a serious accident to one of his eyes and has been under treatment of a specialist for some time. It is under stood that the captain will recover the sight of his eye. County Attorney D. II. Case left for Honolulu Tuesday. He -expects to re turn today. Judge A. N. Ke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 14 March 1908

t -SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1908 THE MAUI NEWS- Mr 7 YOUK BAKER will tell you Unit lie has to mix most Hours to got the right quality and uniformity that aro required by good baking. Each one has some of the good qualities that our Hour gets from right selection and righ milling. Our exports know the best wheat, the best part of it, and tiro Right way of milling it. They KNOW WHEAT. Golden Gate Flour is the result of years of study and experiment. It's the Best. SOLD BY ALL H. HackfeM DISTRIBUTORS. g Kecommem is that (Jtir competitors toll you that tlicy ,vil I soil you goods ns good up ours. We need nothing belter. Hut they don't tell jou that they have Belmont Whis key in bulk or Kaupakulua Wine in bulk, be we do. 5? We also carry lots of good things for the Holidays, such as Peach Brandy, Aprioat Brandy, Cherries in Creme di Mentlic, Cooking Sherry and Brandy, all kinds of tabic Wines. We are also Agents for Seattle and Primo Beers. Your Holiday dinner Wont be complete without somethi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 21 March 1908

VOLUME XV WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1 908 " " NUMBER 5 M MBIT 4. ' ' V. T 4''"' The Governor in waii-ira Learns Needs of the District Addresses Large Audience. After making a ton day? tour of East Maiti Governor W. P. Frear iind party arrived in Wailuku Monday evening each member "belter informed on matters pertain ing to that section than lie was be fore but much more sore and tired than when he lelt the city. The party -wore met in Kihei by a delegation of the reception com mittee of the Vailuku district. . At Kihe.i the party was served with a luncheon at the home of manager McLeod who saw to it "that none went hungry from that place.. After luncheon Governor Frear und Superintendent of Public Works Marston Campbell and a few of the committee went to Mc Gregors Landing in hacks provid ed by the committee and returned late in the evening to Wailuku wh'ero they were lio'-p'tably receiv ed by local citizens. Governor Frcnr was' entertained while in Vailuku by Manager...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 21 March 1908

SATURDAY, MARCH ), 1903 THE MAUI NEWS THE MAU! NEWS ntcreil at the 1'ost Office nt Wailuku. Mav.i. Iliu.'it, : ;i s si.com d class matter. A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People. Issued Every Saturday. AAmu! Rutolisliing; Company. Limited. llroprletors 'nnd I n e lis li r s . The columns of.tlie Ni.ws admit communications j.crtimcnl mpies. Write on'v on one side ol lper. SiKn your name vwliioli will ! l-ld omiidctial if d, siml. SunscirtioN Katks. is Ai'vani'K -V.-.0 per Yi'M r. M.r.0 Six Month, Hugh V . C; oke, SATURDAY. lidilor tinci Mannger MAR. 21. H'tlS To Correct Tlo announcement that the .lapam ,-e t'.overn n evil. raeiit will enforee a . -haniro i:i the nam. or of bathing of her people was roceiv.-.l with approval by every one who believes in u higher standard of inoral.ty than is apparently practiced by the cooley class of J ip m s, w.k v.-i-b; m l.li.i lorn- t0'he rule to be enforced is to huvo nil bath house m ule with two separate and distinct apartme...

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